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as seemingly simple as this bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers, when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucracy exists. and sometimes it overwrites something that makes such sense. >> reporter: critics believe the senate public safety committee misuses roca. members could have voted on this issue, but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's republican vice chairman, senator joel anderson wants to get rid of roca. >> there might have been in the past -- there might have been a good excuse for the roca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover. so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the committee chairwoman, democrat loni hancock, who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. >> it looks like the legislature -- the committee, just chose not to act, to protect women. is that what's happening here? is. >> no. we are walking that tight rope between a feder
. that could be a huge problem for the state's citrus crops. here is our affiliate ktxl in sacramento. >> reporter: for harvesters, every day is a race against the clock. pick as many oranges as you can before sun down. but early morning, raising temperatures means these harvesters can't start picking until 9:00 a.m. two hours after their regular schedule. >> it's really bad because we don't care working like that. >> reporter: less work means less pay. on top of that, freezing temperatures could spoil what's left of their harvest. >> right now we're probably two weeks from the end of our harvest. so, maybe 15% to 20% of the crop will be lost. >> reporter: the owner of mandarin hill orchards, tom, isn't too worried about that. in order for these crops to completely damage, freezing temperatures must last longer than eight hours. >> the inside of the tree won't be affected as much as the outside of the tree. >> reporter: but even some freezing temperatures could leave the oranges soft, even though they're perfectly fine. fewer consumers will buy them leaving a bigger burden on harveste
in november. >>> a shooting at a new year's eve event in sacramento kills two people and wounds three others. some 40,000 people were at a fireworks show when gunfire rang out as a fight at a sports bar spilled into the streets. witnesses later saw police take a man into custody. >>> when the final figures for 2012 are in, ford says its focus model will be the top selling vehicle in the world. overall ford says it sold more than 2 million vehicles in 2012, the only automaker to top that level. >>> and here's a great excuse to watch ball games today, a storm system is moving east, bringing rain from texas through the southeast, and into the mid-atlantic states. there could also be a rain/snow mix from northern virginia to southern ohio. >>> how long we stay over the fiscal cliff now rests on the shoulders of 435 members of the house of representatives and we're trying to get a sense this morning whether the house has the votes. the house wasn't in session when the senate passed the bill in the early morning hours. it's in recess until noon today when representatives get their first crack at t
as the assemblyman's bill. what does it say to you about policies, about sacramento, about lawmakers when a no-brainer bill can't get out of committee? >> unfortunately, red tape and bureaucrats, and sometimes that makes such a sense. >> reporter: critics believe members could have voted on this issue, but chose not to. but according to a spokeswoman, the committee's vice chairman wants to get rid of roca so that all bills get voted on. >> there might have been in the past, there might have been a good excuse for the roca file in the past, but it was abused. it's basically now being used as political cover, so that members of the committee don't have to take tough votes. >> reporter: we went to the office of the chairwoman who took time to try to explain that it's not as simple as it looks. it looks like the legislature, the committee, just chose not to act to protect women. is that what's happening here? >> no. we are between a federal court order to reduce our prison population by tens of thousands of prisoners and a mandate not to build new prisons either, because we can't afford it. >> rep
the nba, the sacramento kings in seattle? >> the deal was described first and goal at the 1 moving the kings up to seattle. the sonics lost basketball since 2008, however, the $500 million is not final right now. the maloof family owns the kings, and they had a handshake deal with the city of sacramento last year for a new arena. that fell through. and now the latest snag may be the maloof family keeping a small percentage of the team if it goes to seattle and saying that they'd like some say-so in how the team is run which to me and mayor kevin johnson of sacramento trying to keep them in town. it sounds like i take your house and you tell me how to decorate it. if you own a small percentage, you relinquish the say-so. >>> we're moving closer to a championship in the nfl play-offs and here's how it will play out. saturday the games the ravens into subzero denver or subfreezing denver, where peyton manning 0-3 in play-off games where the temperature is below 40 degrees. it will be 20s with some snow. san francisco will be playing the green bay packers and then on sunday seahawks tr
that the seattle group is negotiating to buy the sacramento kings for some $500 million and move the team to seattle. the sacramento mayor says not so fast. he is a former nba player, and he's vowing to fight to keep the kings in town. the maloof family, which owns the kings, has not said publicly that the team is for sale. >>> i don't want to diss a.j. or sacrament to but there are questions whether the maloofs had the finances to support a team in sacramento to begin with. >> a very complicated story. a lot of folks upset about this. some happy, some upset. >>> coming up, the new rules out for mortgages and how they're supposed to protect you, the homeowner. olaf gets great rewards for his small business! pizza! [ garth ] olaf's small business earns 2% cash back on every purchase, every day! helium delivery. put it on my spark card! [ pop! ] [ garth ] why settle for less? great businesses deserve great rewards! awesome!!! [ male announcer ] the spark business card from capital one. choose unlimited rewards with 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase, every day! what's in your wa
in california making an arrest in a deadly shooting at a new year's eve fireworks show in sacramento. police say a 22-year-old man opened fire following an argument. two people died at the scene including one man who reportedly tried to break up that fight. several others were wounded. >>> the family of a sandy hook shooting survivor now putting plans to sue the state of connecticut on hold. their lawyer withdrawing papers after facebook comments. the suit was alleging the state failed to protect the children. >>> they opened their doors just in time to ring in the new year. the state's first since passing an amendment legalizing recreational marijuana use. >>> anderson, a wild scene in california caught on tape as a sledding trip nearly turned to tragedy. several people rushing to the rescue of a man who slid into the water of an icy lake. the first person on the scene also fell in the water when the ice gave way under his feet. he scrambled to save himself but inadvertently pulls in another rescuer. the scene turn to chaos as large pieces of ice break apart. a crowd on the shore threw ropes an
in sacramento, california. fight at a sports bar spilled out onto the street where thousands were gathered for a fireworks show. two people were killed and others wounded. >>> the wilmington ten have been pardoned by the outgoing governor. they were convicted of fire bombing a grocery store in 19 2, sentences commuted in 197 and convictions overturned two years later and finally a pardon. governor perdue saying they were taint the by naked racism. >>> police in florida on the hunt for thieves armed with blow torches and cut their way into three safes. no word on how much jewelry they managed to steal. >>> for a sixth straight year cnn welcomed in new year's eve with anderson cooper and kathy griffin, here are some of the highlights from last night. >> rihanna will be here. >> someone said there was going to be a twitter drinking game every time i twitter nervously. >> kelvin harris. >> who is kelvin harris. >> let me take this part, grandpa. >> schlep, ben, matt, craig. do we have the election night? a photo kathy sent me on election night and told me to show it to david gergen in the mids
stream of updates now provides the same sorting options as the desk top version. >>> a sacramento, california, woman was surprised to wake up and find a would-be burglar asleep on her couch. >> this is a crazy story. >> she grabbed her trusty machete, called 911 and held the man until police arrived. >> he had all her valuables packed up and ready to go. he decided to take a nap after eating her leftover chinese food. >> that's when i got the mashety, and i said, no, you need to get back, and wait for the cops to get here. i'm not afraid. i know exactly how to use it. >> cornell snapped this picture when deputies slapped the cuffs on 25-year-old christopher weaver. he was released on bail and found himself under arrest again, this time for allegedly driving a stolen car. >> okay, girl. where did you get the machete? very interesting. that's what i want to know. where did that machete come from? >>> 46 past the hour. the school said no flu shot, no school. one boy's parents said not so fast. we'll talk to them about why they made the decision. coming up. good morning. ♪ ♪ ♪ w
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